Why you should own Bonds in 2021, with Kate Samranvedhya | Webinar & Podcast

Damien Klassen

Nucleus Wealth

Government bonds have long been a mainstay in a properly balanced portfolio but need to be employed with caution.
As we have seen over the last few years, the cratering of central bank interest rates has seen some remarkable opportunity for those with a well constructed portfolio.
To share her thoughts on the topics, today on the show we have the Deputy Chief Investment Officer of Jamieson Coote Bonds, and veteran fixed income portfolio manager, Kate Samranvedhya.


You can find out more about Kate and Jamieson Coote at https://www.jamiesoncootebonds.com.au/

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Damien Klassen
Head of Investment
Nucleus Wealth

Damien runs asset allocation and global stock portfolios for Nucleus Super, Nucleus Ethical and Nucleus Wealth. His 25 year+ career includes Global Quant at Schroders, Strategy at Wilson HTM & co-founder of Aegis.

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